Stowe House (England) : Stowe, a description of the magnificent house and gardens of the Right Honourable Richard Grenville Temple, Earl Temple, Viscount and Baron Cobham : one of His Majesty's most honourable Privy Council, and Knight of the most noble Order of the Garter : embellished with a general plan of the gardens, and also a separate plan of each building, with perspective views of the same.
Stowe Palace, Stowe, Eng. : The new Oxford guide: or, companion through the University. : Exhibiting every Particular worthy The Observation of the Curious In Each Of The the public buildings, colleges, halls, &c. To which is added, a tour to Blenheim, Ditchley, Heythorp, and Stow, The Seats of His Grace the Duke of Marlborough, The Right Hon. the Earl of Litchfield, The Right Hon. the Earl of Shrewsbury, And the Right Hon. the Earl Temple. Containing, An accurate Description of their Tapestry, Paintings, Sculptures, Temples, Gardens, and other Curiosities. By a gentleman of Oxford. The sixth edition, corrected and enlarged. Embellished with a new plan of Oxford, and other elegant engravings.
Stowe School. : Roxburgh of Stowe : the life of J.F. Roxburgh and his influence in the public schools.
[Strabane Academy] -- Rules and practice -- Early works to 1800. : Regulations of the Strabane Academy. : And An address to the students, in general, on opening that seminary, delivered on Monday, November the 7th, 1785, in presence of the Gentlemen of the Committee, and the Masters. By W. Crawford, D.D. with an address to the students in the class for languages. By W. Taggart, A.M. and an address to the students of the mathematical class. By J.T. Murray.